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Place the hardwood backer underneath the sheet where you plan on making the hole. Then, place the hole cutter over the marked area and hit it with the hammer.
Where did you get that awesome stenciil :)
Very creative. Plus if you are renting you can grab it n go. Also so many variations can be done by color, stencil design, size, etc. Very inexpensive cuz you can probably get a box of used bed linens at garage sale or goodwill for a buck. Another tip is check out "mis-tint" or return cans of paint at Lowes, Home depot or any place that mixes paint at half off or more. Great tip for any painting projects.
I am from England, I have ordered a bag from brandbagsales.com. When I receive the product. I find it is not the color I like.They change the bag for me immediately for free. The service is very good.
im going to do this but with the stencil on the bare wall.
Hey! I tried something similar to this but instead of using a brush I actually used a sponge (well.. a variety of sponges really. Some really rough and some quite fine) to make more of a rustic effect. Looked fantastic. Great tutorial <3
OMFG.....instant gorgeous and no-fuss wallpaper......THANK YOU for this great idea! Can't wait to use this technique on many walls in my house :)
seems more like a recipe for a NONBORING wall... it looks awesome

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